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July 27, 1935

Sammlung psychiatrischer und neurologischer Einzeldarstellungen

JAMA. 1935;105(4):307. doi:10.1001/jama.1935.02760300067030

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This volume is a complete analysis of the process of schizophrenia as analyzed by means of the Rorschach test, the observations being correlated at the same time with the body structure types of Kretschmer. The study consists of an analysis of ninety chronic cases and twenty-three acute cases. The chronic cases are tabulated individually; the acute cases are also studied by themselves, and the type of intelligence and the "life type" of each is analyzed. The third part of the research consists in a direct investigation by means of the Rorschach psychogram of the patient's status in different periods of the disorder. In this part the data are tabulated and case histories are presented. Section III is especially interesting, for it shows certain factors that have not been indicated by previous investigators as regards the form of the psychosis. The speed of its course and other features of the mental

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